Sunday, April 5, 2009

My Girls

I am now back at my infernal machine (aka: the computer) after spending nine days in California. I am valiantly trying to catch up on my tasks. How can so many things accumulate in one week?

To introduce you to the cast of characters I visited I will start this post with the photo of three of my girls plus me. The one in blue is Lynne (you met her in a previous post), the star of the event (she said modestly), my step-granddaughter, Pam, and my daughter, Gail.



This is my 15 year old granddaughter, Rachel. As you can see, she has discovered cosmetics and hair color. She is the only brunette in my family and it is thanks to Clairol (or another dye solution). She wants to be a doctor. I hope she makes that dream come true because it could come in handy.



This is my daughter, Gail. She took me all over in her Acura and we had long chats. I really enjoyed the visit.



This is Sarah, the 12 year old. She is wearing her color guard costume and I was privileged to see them get an award for their performance.



Rachel again at the computer. She is really growing up fast (15 going on 20).

Now that you have met the cast I will tell you the plot of my wonderful time in my next post.
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10 comments:

Beverly said...

glad you had a nice visit...

Sylvia K said...

Sounds like a great visit and I'm so happy for you! Always fun, aren't they? Good to have you back!

Joy Des Jardins said...

Welcome back Darlene. Thanks for the pics of everyone....we need to know the cast of characters. Your girls are wonderful....each and every one.

Mortart said...

You're blessed with lovely looking girls. They obviously take after their mother and grandmother.

kenju said...

Very nice to see "your girls", Darlene. I am glad to know you had a good visit.

Granny Annie said...

Beautiful, beautiful girls. You can even see Rachel's natural beauty under the makeup. I envy you the 9 day visit and know you had a ball.

Thanks for your kind words for Ron. He is in very good shape considering the Van was a total loss. Yep, none of us know what each new day will bring.

Welcome home Darlene!

Nancy said...

Welcome home, Darlene. We missed you....

It is wonderful that you have such a lovely and loving family. You, and they, are blessed......

Darlene said...

Oh my, my head is swimming with all the lovely comments to my blog. Thank you one and all.

Darlene said...

Oh my, my head is swimming with all the lovely comments to my blog. Thank you one and all.

One Woman's Journey said...

Darlene you were missed and I love seeing the picture of your girls.
I know you enjoyed your trip.
You look so happy surrounded by them.